Brother’s Passing

It our sad duty to report to you the death of the death of Brother George Joseph Boyles, DDS on Wednesday, November 11th, 2020. Brother George pledged in the Fall of 1946. Brother Boyles and all TBI’s who have left us during the past year will be remembered at the Memorial Service conducted during our annual Founders Day Dinner in March.

Online Obituary and Condolence Page can be accessed here:  CLICK HERE

Brother’s Passing

It our sad duty to report to you the death of the death of Brother Camillo Anthony Alberico, DDS on Monday, October 26th, 2020. Brother Cam pledged in the Fall of 1939, was the oldest living member of the Fraternity, and the last living Brother to have pledged in the 1930’s.  He is also the brother of our late TBI Brother John C. Alberico. Brother Alberico and all TBI’s who have left us during the past year will be remembered at the Memorial Service conducted during our annual Founders Day Dinner in March.

Online Obituary and Condolence Page can be accessed here:  CLICK HERE

Brother’s Passing

It our sad duty to report to you the death of Brother Louis Fazio, Jr. on Wednesday, September 16th, 2020. Brother Louie pledged in the Spring of 1965. Brother Fazio and all TBI’s who have left us during the past year will be remembered at the Memorial Service conducted during our annual Founders Day Dinner in March. No visitation will be held, cremation services have been requested by the family and there will be a family gathering at a later date. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the family at: PO Box 1852, Shinnston, WV 26431

Online Obituary and Condolence Page can be accessed here:  CLICK HERE

Brother’s Passing

It is our sad duty to report to you the death of Brother Mark Allen Welty on Monday, September 2nd., 2020. Brother Mark pledged in the Spring of 1970.

He is the brother of TBI Brother’s Joseph K. Welty, Terrence Braden Welty, and our late Brother Michael F. Welty. Brother Welty and all TBI’s who have left us during the past year will be remembered at the Memorial Service conducted during our annual Founders Day Dinner in March. In view of Mark’s wishes he will be cremated and private a service will be held for the family, with an internment to follow at an unknown time.

Online Obituary and Condolence Page can be accessed here:  CLICK HERE

Brother’s Passing

It is our sad duty to report to you the death of Brother Edward Allen Davis on Monday, July 6th, 2020. Brother Sid pledged in the Fall of 1958 and is the brother of TBI Brother Robert L. “Bob” Davis. Brother Davis and all TBI’s who have left us during the past year will be remembered at the Memorial Service conducted during our annual Founders Day Dinner in March. There were no visitation or services; according to his wishes, his body will be cremated and a celebration of life will be at a later date.  Inurnment will be at the WV National Cemetery.

Online Obituary and Condolence Page can be accessed here:  CLICK HERE

Annual Convention Critical Update

The 94th. year “Annual Convention and Meeting” has been canceled due to the COVID-19 Pandemic coupled with health concerns related to our senior members.

At the June 18th. bi-monthly TBI Alumni Association meeting our association leadership in conjunction with the membership present voted unanimously to cancel the event. All contracts for facilities and services from vendors have been cancelled. Questions may be directed to any association officer.

Brother’s Passing

It is our sad duty to report to you the death of Brother Albert Alan Cross on Wednesday, June 10th, 2020. Brother Albie pledged in the Spring of 1967 Brother Cross and all TBI’s who have left us during the past year will be remembered at the Memorial Service conducted during our annual Founders Day Dinner in March. Online Obituary and Condolence Page can be accessed here:  

https://www.domicofh.com/obituary/albert-albie-cross

Memorial Day Message

Brothers,

I hope all of you and your loved ones are doing well.  I’m sure this is a Memorial Day like none that any of us have experienced in our lifetimes.

As we pause this holiday weekend, when cookouts and relaxation are the traditional activities; most if not all of us are under currently some type of restrictions for gatherings and activities.  Let us remember this Holiday began as a series of remembrances to honor those who died both North and South during the Civil War.

We would be remiss if we did not remember those Brothers of Tau Beta Iota who made the supreme sacrifice upon the Altar of Liberty in service of the Armed Forces of this great nation.

You may find a list of our Brother’s that we lost during time of war under the link “Honored War Dead” in the menu on our site.

Sincerely,

President Charles T. Hillberry Jr.